From: Markus Scherer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Oct 15 2002 - 17:17:33 EDT
A lot of software that provides language-specific collation (sorting) has radical/stroke-order collation for Chinese.
Operating systems, databases, and other applications and libraries provide such services.
As a standalone library, ICU for example provides UCA-based collation with such a tailoring (delta from UCA): http://oss.software.ibm.com/cvs/icu/~checkout~/icu/source/data/locales/zh_TW_STROKE.txt
The Unicode standard only provides a default collation for all characters, which may or may not match one or more competing standards for each script.
Magda Danish (Unicode) wrote:
>>Date/Time: Tue Oct 15 05:13:41 EDT 2002
>>Report Type: Other Question, Problem, or Feedback
>>To whom concerns,
>>I wonder Unicode provide us a way to do sorting on number of
>>strokes for Traditional Chinese characters.
>>This is urgent, please advise.
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